Instructional program for the Tactical Personnel System
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Instructional program for the Tactical Personnel SystemAbstract
Traditional instructional methodology using PowerPoint presentations and lectures are used in the delivery of Tactical Personnel System training in the military but do not orient TPS personnel to succeed in the application of knowledge in the field. The potential of HyperStudio to more suit the instructional delivery needs of the TPS program was investigated.
20 TPS training personnel underwent a 10 day interactive training in HyperStudio incorporated into the TPS training. Job aid checklists, journal documentation sheets, rubric measurement evaluation program survey sheets, instructor observations and survey sheets were used to assess the impact of training on TPS training personnel use and attitude towards the multimedia program.
There was a 100% success rate for HyperStudio in impacting TPS personnel use of technology, creating an interactive instructional presentation and in achieving the instructional objectives of TPS. Learners indicated that typographical errors were one of the deficiencies of HyperStudio. HyperStudio can be successfully incorporated into the TPS training program to affect improved instructional outcomes.
The Tactical Personnel System (TPS) is the military’s automated tactical strength management system. This system plays an important role in the management of the military’s human resources by task force organizations. This application serves as a deployment-manifesting platform for all military personnel, civilians Department of Defence (DOD) Federal, non-DOD Federal, Contractors, and Foreign Nationals.
The TPS supports commanders’ tactical decision-making process by creating a deployable "go to war" personnel strength automated file. The TPS also creates manifests, reports, and provides updates on the duty status of deployed personnel. The TPS is designed to track the mobilization of reserve or National Guard soldiers and deployment of active duty personnel during contingency operations.
The function of these monitoring personnel is considered one of the most critical in the modern battlefield. Additionally the capabilities of TPS support war-fighters by providing monitoring personnel with the ability to effectively account for personnel. This system is ideally suited for operations in a range of environments particularly where there may be problems with communicating between base and deployed personnel...
Tactical Personnel are an important and essential component of the military and they perform an essential job function. Tactical Personnel are entrusted with the task of monitoring the deployment of military personnel and are therefore accountable for them throughout the various military operations. This job is one of the most critical elements of any successful military operation. While civilian politicians drive the nation’s priority of interest, the responsibility of accounting for the troops during every phase of an operation falls on the military commanders.
The Tactical Personnel System is the tool used by the military to facilitate the mobilization of reserve or National Guard soldiers and the deployment of active duty personnel during contingency operations. This function is considered one of the most critical in today’s modern battlefield. The system is designed to monitor these personnel throughout the entire battle operations. However, soldiers and Department of Defense (DOD) Civilians only utilize the TPS during manifest operation…